Jeanette Clough

Group Reading with Cahuenga Press, Red Hen Press, and FlowerSong Press, Saturday, May 6, 12:30pm-1:45pm, Mt. View Mausoleum

Jeanette Clough’s poetry collection, Flourish, was a finalist in the Otis College of Art and Design and Eastern Washington University book competitions.  She is also author of two artist books, Stone and Rx. Awards include Pushcart nominations and a Commendation in the Aesthetica Creative Works competition (UK). She has edited for Solo, A Journal of Poetry, and reviewed for Poetry International.  Among her journal credits are Colorado Review, The Laurel Review, and Bellevue Literary Review. A native of Paterson, N.J., she earned an M.A. from the University of Chicago, Division of the Humanities, and was an art librarian for the Getty Research Institute.  Clough co-directed the Santa Monica Barnes & Noble and Venice Rose Café poetry series, and was artist-in-residence at Joshua Tree National Park, where for many years she taught outdoor desert poetry workshops.

Books That Make a Difference: The Book of the Dead Man, by Marvin Bell, Swarm, by Jorie Graham, The Plague, by Albert Camus.